Unboxing DRAWS by NW Digital Radio – a Raspberry Pi HAT useful for Amateur radio projects. (DRAWS – Digital Radio Amateur WorkStation).
Unboxing the Flame Boss 400 WiFi Temp Control. It even came with a free FlameBoss koozie. I pre-ordered on Aug 3, 2018 and it arrived Friday Sep 14, 2018 in a Fedex Express Box. Pre-order cost was $219.00 even. Down loaded the free Flame Boss App from https://myflameboss.com created an account, setup the FB400 controller on my WiFi Network and I was ready to grill. Click more for additional photos and details.
Here is a short slide presentation about Digital HotSpots For HAM Radio – That Bill KF5ZBL and I presented to The Richardson Amateur Radio Club at their August 2018 club meeting.
The Jupiter Research Foundation has an amateur radio club. And, that club has recently launched the HF Voyager on a Pacific journey from Hawaii to California. Enclosed in a waterproof housing onboard the HF Voyager is a HF (high frequency) HAM radio (an Elecraft KX3 in fact).
This is a short guide on using an iphone/ipad App to discover ZUMSpots running Pi-Star on your local lan with this tool you can glean/discover the IP address along with the MAC address of your hotspot running pi-star
A very short slide-show overview of a ZUMspot with Pi-Star software/image running on a Raspberry Pi – An open-source multi-protocol UHF HAM Radio HotSpot. Protocol support for DMR, D-Star, System Fusion (YSF), P-25 and NXDN. Click below for slide-show.